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Thread: eNom woes...

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    I really confuse here. I've just got an Enom reseller account from another Enom reseller at the rate of 6.95 and I do see the prices for my account is 6.95. I havent registered any domains with my new account yet but as far as I can see, I can register domains at 6.95. I also see many people offering Enom account at the rate of 7.05, 7.15, etc in the Advertising forum then when I read this thread, I really get lost. Someone please explain to me what is happening?

    <<MOD NOTE: This post was split from a ENOM problem thread pasted last year. Maybe someone can help this person with the question above as it relates to the thread he posted to:

    http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showth...threadid=17189

    /MOD NOTE>>
    Last edited by Chicken; 09-01-2002 at 03:12 AM.

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    InternetSon,

    Look at the post dates. This thread is a year old.

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    aww crud. So I got worried and read this whole *$&% thread because someone bumped up a 1+ year old thread.

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    GOOD LORD I was just about to pop and then I read the last 2 messages, JESUS now I need a drink.
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    I was getting really nervous reading that thread. I had already headed to enom to check my account. I was wondering what I was going to do with my $200.00 plus dollars worth of credits. Certainly not buy $29.00 dollar .coms.

    My blood pressure is dropping now.

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    lol

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    hehe

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    LOL

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    eNom is notorious for spontaneously revoking reseller status on accounts with high domain accounts to cash in on $29.95 renewals. From what I have heard this isnt an isolated problem. It wasn't even worth my time to bother with that one, off to OpenSRS my domains went.

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    Just revoking reseller status on accounts with lots of domains sounds like a good way to end up at the wrong end of a lawsuit.
    Gary Harris - the artist formerly known as Dixiesys
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